Architecture And the Lost Art Of Drawing

This passage speaks affluently about architecture and what are some of the practices that are no longer used due to the technological advances that makes drawing seem obscure. The passage has powerful points because society has found a more proficient way to design buildings without the use of free hand creativity, but without these ancient practices we wouldn’t have monumental structures such as the Taj Mahal, Colosseum, or the Eiffel Tower. Therefore, freehand creativity has as abundance as the technology in architecture.

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